Mulligan Springs Golf Course
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Great For A Beginner
For two beginners this course was great. Well maintained,, interesting water hazards, friendly, helpful staff, we will play again.
Great Course for Iron Training
A great little course that has surprisingly nice, challenging greens. A fantastic 9-hole course that is great for learning how to play your irons. There are 4 water holes, so be sure to bring extra balls if you're a beginner. The staff was very friendly and accommodating - they threw in an free, additional 9-hole round for it being my first time there. The holes play quick, but I never once felt rushed by other players on any of the holes. I will definitely be going back!
Mulligan Springs is and will be a beautiful course
Par 3 courses are and will be essential to keep your short game in check. Patrick and his staff work very hard to gives us the best course and great greens.
What everyone forgets, par 3 courses comes with new people and with that comes slower play and more greens with plug marks for me to repair. I hope everyone go here and see how much time and money the owners put back into this course.
Took my young kids out, Perfect!!
This for the first time I played this course, I took my 4 and 6 year old with me and we walked nine. The owner was there and was super friendly, he only changed me for one of the kids. This is the type of course that helps get kids involved in the game, I am grateful it. I hope other courses, could follow their model in the future.
We walked after a heavy rain, and it was not wet except in one area that acted more like a ditch, of course one of the kids balls ended up close, other wise I would not have noticed. The conditions were equal to what you see at a lot of more expensive courses that are struggling these days.
The course is very nice for a short little par three course. Very walkable, even for little kids carrying their own clubs. Greens were in great shape, for a super affordable Par 3, I could not have imagined better conditions. There are several lakes and forced carries, but most holes have options to avoid them for beginners. They actually have an extra tenth hole they allow you to play.
This course had what I want for playing with my kids, or even quick practice or warm up round by myself or friends. I will be back with the kids for sure.
Fun, short, beautiful 9 hole 3-par
I played this course by myself on a weekday morning and I had a lot of fun. I was pleasantly surprised with the beauty of the course. The grounds are clean and nice.
Best par 3 in the area
Love this place, the water hazards are perfectly placed to teach the use of your irons.
Skip This Course!
Poorly maintained Tee Boxes
Poorly marked yardage
Lack of fairway upkeep.
Save your time and money and go elsewhere
I am new to golfing just in my 3rd year and wanted to do a 3 par course to work on my irons, this course had a nice layout with most holes between 105-150 yds and the longest 200, a few water hazards but fun to play... Well with the money spent
Fun little par 3
It took about an hour and 45 minutes for me and my friend to play through the course. there is a lot of water out there, but the course forces you to be smart about club selection and shot distance. Will play again.
I'm really satisfied , fairway are nice, greens excellent, really good for people wants to improve their game using the irons more often, most the time the price changes but $ 15 bucks are not bad; the owner are reall friendly , I really want to play again there; mulligan spring are the best;:
Great beginner course
For me, it was great to practice short game. My wife and son could play here without fear. Some water holes are challenging from the blues. Every hole is fun.